My best friend kicked ass in FTOPS #2 and yours didn’t.

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There are times when having a poker-minded boss really comes in handy. Like when you need a month off to hang out at the WSOP, or when you get the midday urge to find a juicy cash game.

Or when your best friend decides to buy in to the FTOPS Horse Event and finishes 28th out of 1,036.
I have to be at work in 4 hours. Something tells me I might be a wee bit on the grumpy side…

It’s way too late for me to form a decent tourney write-up, so instead you get screenshots of the railbird fun.

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I wonder what gave us away…

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And since this is supposed to be a poker blog sometimes, allow me to pass on a couple of poker tips for online players –

  • You can’t always trust the ROI stats you get from your favorite scope site
  • Don’t be that guy. You know, the one that talks about how great he is and important he is and maybe convinces a few people of it, but then one day runs into a group of people who maybe know how to use Google, or might actually have some experience with the thing you claim to be so great at.
  • Just suggestions really. What do I know?